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    Posted: 25 August 2017 at 11:56am
Llanelli Team v Quins

LLANELLI RFC TEAM V CARMARTHEN QUINS
By Ian Davies | 24/08/2017
Llanelli RFC Team v Carmarthen Quins at Parc Y Scarlets 26th August 2017 kick off 2.30pm
15. Kalum Evans
14. Ashley Evans
13. Matthew Jenkins
12.Oliver Reyland
11. Ryan Conbeer
10. Ioan Hughes
9. Declan Smith
1,Rhys Fawcett
2. Craig Thomas
3. Ben Leung
4. Tom Price
5. Bryce Morgan
6. Christian Long
7. Lloyd Pike Capt
8. Tom Phillips
16. Ben Edwards
17. Rhys Thomas
18. Simon Gardiner
19. Nathan Hart
20. Ellis Thomas
21. Gareth George
22.Ioan Nicholas
23. Ryan Davies
Referee - Adam Jones
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote reesytheexile Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 August 2017 at 12:56pm
We have some exciting Llanelli RFC talent on show tomorrow and hopefully a decent supporters turnout for the team and new coaching supremo Phil Davies for his first game.

Great to have Crys16 sponsor the Match as well. I gather there will be some details of RFC supporters mini bus deals put together by RFC supporters  for certain away games such as Swansea, The Drovers and Merthyr in the new year! Seemed good value to me anyway! Always great for away support for the young RFC side with already a number of future Scarlets players in the making! 
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No Condy. Is he injured ?
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Not sure Gareth. May be to give Tom a game as not had any time in pre season games yet?
"I'd rather have been a judge than a miner.Being a miner,as soon as you are too old and tired and sick and stupid to do the job properly,you have to go.The very opposite applies with judges!"P.Cook
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Originally posted by reesytheexile reesytheexile wrote:

Not sure Gareth. May be to give Tom a game as not had any time in pre season games yet?

Maybe reesy. Tom Phillips did have a half against Bristol by the way.


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Originally posted by ap sior ap sior wrote:

Originally posted by reesytheexile reesytheexile wrote:

Not sure Gareth. May be to give Tom a game as not had any time in pre season games yet?

Maybe reesy. Tom Phillips did have a half against Bristol by the way.
oops.. your right! Embarrassed
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SQUAD UPDATE - TEAM TO FACE LLANELLI IN FIRST GAME
By Rhian Burgess | 25/08/2017
The Quins will open their 2017/18 season with an away game against Llanelli at Parc y Scarlets on Saturday 26 August at 2:30pm.
The team hoping to come away within an opening victory are:
No 15 - Christopher Banfield
No 14 - Dylan Wyn Morgans
No 13 - Nicholas Reynolds
No 12 - Jack Price
No 11 - Morgan Griffiths
No 10 - Steffan Marshall
No 9 - Aled Shon Jones
No 8 - Lawrence Jordan Saul Reynolds
No 7 - Lewys William Millin
No 6 - Shaun Mark Jones
No 5 (Captain) - Haydn Christopher Gareth Pugh
No 4 - Josh Helps
No 3 - Javan Sebastian
No 2 - Rhodri Brendan Clancy
No 1 - Nathan Williams

Subs:
No 16 - Steffan Llyr Thomas
No 17 - Lewis Roberts
No 18 - Kemsley Mathias
No 19 - Sion Colella
No 20 - Aron Hemmings
No 21 - Iestyn Jac Wilson
No 22 - Joshua Batcup
No 23 - Gavin Thomas
Good luck all of the boys who have been looking strong at their pre-season friendlies and in training!
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Brilliant Llanelli winning 24-8 i( 4 tries to 1 so a bonus point win) n hard fought local derby v the Quins. Well done Llanelli and thanks to Crys16 for sponsorship today! North Wales next week. Very tough one v the WRU favourites!  Wink

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great win.
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The new retro kit looked good. Takes us back 25 years or so to another big game with the Antipodes! 👍🏉
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Llandovery beat the Gogs yesterday. Well done the Drovers
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Originally posted by LLANDRE LLANDRE wrote:

Llandovery beat the Gogs yesterday. Well done the Drovers
great stuff as well. Drovers looked very competitive at the friendly with Esther which was pretty feisty in fact , with great defensive structure.
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Aaron Warren became Drovers' record try scorer yesterday....some achievement given his tender years!
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Originally posted by reesytheexile reesytheexile wrote:

Originally posted by LLANDRE LLANDRE wrote:

Llandovery beat the Gogs yesterday. Well done the Drovers
great stuff as well. Drovers looked very competitive at the friendly with Esther which was pretty feisty in fact , with great defensive structure.

I wonder who she is ?


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Good start by Llanelli. They looked well organised in defence and at the contact area where they cleaned out well and produced quick ball. Also seemed to have a bit more cutting edge behind. Callum Evans looks sharp and Conbeer whilst still learning defensively is absolutely lethal in offence, he is worth admission price alone. Good decision making, offloads aplenty, backs and forwards. Set piece was solid to strong, scrum especially so when Gardiner was on.

Having praised the rfc I have to qualify that a bit by commenting on Quins. Aside of aggression in defence they were absolutely awful, they must have had a roasting post match. They have a lot of work to do.

Next two games will be a better barometer of where we are at present. But improvement shown.
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Yes Llanelli played very well yesterday deserved win thought Quins were very poor lot of work to do and made lot,s of mistakes that Llanelli capitalised on next week will be a test for Llanelli up in RGC
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